Fenocchi to be HSS Global Head of Issuer Services
March 15, 2019

HSBC Securities Services (HSS) has announced the appointment of Giovanni Fenocchi as its Global Head of Issuer Services. He will assume the role during the second quarter of this year. Reporting to Richard Godfrey and Allegra Berman, HSS Global Co-Heads, he will be based in London and will sit on the HSS Global Executive Committee.

Godfrey and Berman say that Fenocchi brings with him a wealth of experience, having spent 20 years with HSBC spanning client coverage, operations and risk, and has significant experience in the relevant client sectors for HSBC's Issuers offering.

He moves from his current role as Global Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the Financial Institutions and Public Sector Group within Global Banking. Prior to this he was COO of Public Sector, Global Banking and earlier in his career was a Director within the Government Sector Banking team.

Godfrey and Berman are taking the opportunity of the announcement to thank Ian Pryor for leading this client sector so effectively while they completed the comprehensive recruitment process. Pryor will return to his role as Global Business Manager for Issuer Services, reporting to Fenocchi.





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HSBC Securities Services (HSS) has announced the appointment of Giovanni Fenocchi as its Global Head of Issuer Services. He will assume the role during the second quarter of this year. Reporting to Richard Godfrey and Allegra Berman, HSS Global Co-Heads, he will be based in London and will sit on the HSS Global Executive Committee.

Godfrey and Berman say that Fenocchi brings with him a wealth of experience, having spent 20 years with HSBC spanning client coverage, operations and risk, and has significant experience in the relevant client sectors for HSBC's Issuers offering.

He moves from his current role as Global Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the Financial Institutions and Public Sector Group within Global Banking. Prior to this he was COO of Public Sector, Global Banking and earlier in his career was a Director within the Government Sector Banking team.

Godfrey and Berman are taking the opportunity of the announcement to thank Ian Pryor for leading this client sector so effectively while they completed the comprehensive recruitment process. Pryor will return to his role as Global Business Manager for Issuer Services, reporting to Fenocchi.



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